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HFDF in Epoch Times – Vaccine Outreach Violates ‘Zone of Privacy”

By July 19, 2021March 31st, 2022No Comments

North Carolina Door-to-Door Vaccine Outreach Violating ‘Zone of Privacy,’ Advocacy Group Says by Matt McGregor July 19, 2021


Leslie Manookian, president and founder of the Health Freedom Defense Fund Inc, (HFDF), a nonprofit headquartered in Sandpoint, Idaho, told The Epoch Times that the established zone of privacy is being challenged by the door-to-door campaign.

“We don’t walk up to people and ask them, are you on anti-depressants? Do you have erectile dysfunction? We don’t ask people personal things like this for a reason, because it’s unethical, and because of this zone of privacy,” Manookian said. “We understand that it’s not our business to meddle in other people’s businesses, and it’s not the government’s business, either.”

Regarding Big Tech’s “medical misinformation” censorship: “The fact that you are not allowed {to} challenge the official narrative, that doctors and scientists who say what is being put by mainstream media is inaccurate, should make {any} thinking person shiver with concern and seriously ask questions about what is going on, because if we can’t have an open debate, then somebody is trying to hide something,” Manookian said.